Multiple venues for learning
There are multiple areas for science study on campus: a makerspace, grade-level classrooms, a wetlands, a hammock, and a butterfly garden. A unique curriculum, designed by St. Thomas faculty members, provides students an opportunity to learn a wide-variety of lessons in these many types of areas.
Our campus also includes an environmental education classroom which contains live animals, as well as animal models and replicas. Students learn about Florida wildlife and the local ecosystems found within the Everglades, as well as local native American culture.